After the drought left farmers and homeowners frustrated last summer many wondered why we couldn't pull more water out of the Columbia River. A news analysis of proposed bills gives a disturbing insight into the process.
According to several reports the sockeye salmon returning to the Columbia River are dying en mass. Biologist say fish are dying off to the tune of possibly 250,000 of the projected 500,000 returning sockeye. The cause...
Bradley Miltenberger of Echo, Oregon, (below Hermiston) drove up to Yakima three times to attend federal court and fight a $125 ticket. His gas and food probably cost more than that, but it was the principle of the thing. And he won.
I went out salmon fishing last night on the Columbia River. 2014 is turning out to be a record run of fall salmon. We literally launched the boat I dropped my bait in the water and had a Coho Salmon on my line within 5 minutes and being that is was so fast we didn't have time to video that one, but still landed a 15lb fish. The real fun happened later...
We had a boat race party this last weekend and everybody was in the river -- well, almost everybody. Those that weren't kept saying, "I can't believe they're swimming in that river! I'd NEVER swim in that river!" What about you?
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